Annual Schools’ Dragon Boat Race a huge success

After a two-year break, eight Merseyside region schools took part in the Liverpool Confucius Institute’s CI Annual Schools’ Dragon Boat Race, hosted by University of Liverpool’s Confucius Institute (LCI) and 4 Dragons Ltd, at Liverpool Watersports Centre at Queens Dock, Liverpool.   Under bright blue sunny skies, to the sound of

Schools’ Dragon Boat Race returns for 2022

After a two-year break during the pandemic, the University of Liverpool Confucius Institute (LCI) is excited to announce the return of the Annual Schools’ Dragon Boat Race in collaboration with Liverpool Water Sports Centre at Queen’s Dock. Participation is free of charge for all participating schools, many of which were invited

Maricourt celebrate careers curriculum

Maricourt Catholic High School had a fantastic term celebrating and engaging in the careers curriculum with a variety of events such as; national careers week all students in all year groups 7 to 13. A fantastic trip was organized for Year 10 students who went to Hugh Baird College for the

Pupils walk to Kyiv to raise money for Ukraine

As a school community St John Bosco Arts College have been really moved by the images we have seen recently coming from Ukraine. During Lent the school always focus on raising money for local charities and using this time of reflection and preparation to think of others. With this in mind

National praise for Alsop ‘Together We Can’

Alsop High School has received national praise for their #TogetherWeCan initiative. Students attended the prestigious National Crimebeat Awards in London and won the Hugh Burnett Award for the best presentation. They also achieved third place in the National Crimebeat Award for their efforts to promote community cohesion in north Liverpool. Mrs Nicky